Philip Kane – Flowers & Ledges. Label: Corrupt Records (3) – COR005. Country: UK. Released: 18 Mar 2016. Lyrics By – Philip Kane. Mixed By – Mat Clark (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 8). Organ – Peter Wilkinson (tracks: 8). Recorded By – Murillo Sguillaro (tracks: 4), Paul Clark (10) (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 8). Tambourine – Peter Wilkinson (tracks: 7). Vocals – Mark Eitzel (tracks: 1), Philip Kane, Suzanne Barbieri (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8). Written-By – Didion (tracks: 8), Wilkinson (tracks: 4, 8), Kane. Release states Track 4 was recorded at the London Recording Studios which is another name for Sarm East Studios.
Album: Flowers & Ledges. Flowers & Ledges: Best 2 songs. Philip Kane - Time's Arrow 03:39. Philip Kane - The Disappointment of Judas 04:01. Album: Flowers & Ledges. Philip Kane: best 2 tracks. Philip Kane - Time's Arrow Flowers & Ledges, 2016 03:39. Philip Kane - The Disappointment of Judas Flowers & Ledges, 2016 04:01.
Uncut magazine have described Philip Kane’s sound as ‘Al Green sings Leonard Cohen’, and after the release of his first album Songs for Swinging Lovers, praised his ‘magnetic white soul voice’. In this Elgar Room concert, Kane will be joined by his band The Expendables – Suzanne Barbieri, Llio Millward and Johnnie Fiori (vocals), Peter Wilkinson and James Maltby (guitar), Mark Hunter (drums), Pedro Segundo (percussion), Dan Drury (bass) and Mark Kavuma (trumpet), to perform music from his recent Flowers and Ledges album, which was.
Album · 2001 · 10 Songs. Flowers & Ledges.
The first album in a decade from the enigmatic Philip Kane is epic in scope and driven by hope. Flowers And Ledges (Corrupt) is a grandstanding gallery of literate, heartfelt testifying, moving from reverie-rock balladry all the way to cosmic soul. As the title track broods like an outtake from David Sylvian’s Gone To Earth, Kane’s stunning voice sighs ‘You’ve got chocolate around your mouth’ like he’s had an epiphany and makes the idea of hundreds and thousands chime with Proustian resonance.
Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). She sent him a song called ''Perry,'' and the two soon worked together to produce her Workin's Too Hard album. ' 'Immediately, I could tell that we were feeling the groove in exactly the same place,'' Kane says. In the cautious early summer of 2017, the two set off for Kane's Sacandaga cabin, with less than a handful of songs and hopes of writing a handful more.
Flowers & Ledges
Inner City Optimism
Young Man & The Mountain
May Your Fairy Turn Straight
Resilience (Keep Keepin' On)
The Disappointment Of Judas
Sarm East Studios
Arranged By [Brass & Strings]
Philip Kane (tracks: 3, 5)
Bells [Sleigh Bells], Trumpet
Peter Wilkinson* (tracks: 4)
Mat Clark (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 8)
Peter Wilkinson* (tracks: 8)
Murillo Sguillaro (tracks: 4),
Paul Clark (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 8)
Peter Wilkinson* (tracks: 7)
Mark Eitzel (tracks: 1),
Suzanne Barbieri (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)